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. >> look, senator, rubio is for it. >> he is now the emissary. >> the face of the national tea party. >> i think we'll do a tremendous service to our country. >> they may get a deal on immigration. >> it wouldn't be a quick process, but will be a fair process. >> the so-called embrace of immigration reform, but not so fast. >> why are we doing this? the president is in las vegas today. >> back in las vegas. >> he imposes enforcement. >> i believe we need to stay focused on enforcement. >> democrats are not interested in border security. >> that means to continue to strengthen the border security. >> the path to citizenship is a long and arduous one. >> we have to enact a comprehensive immigration reform. >> we are committed to a comprehensive approach. >> i think we're all out there alone folks. >> the question is now simple. do we have the resolve? i believe that we do. i believe that we do. >> president obama went to a high school today in what used to be mexico, las vegas, nevada, to urge congress to overhaul the immigration system. >> today i'm laying out my ideas for immigration refor
. the so-called embrace of immigration reform, but not so fast. just moments ago, senator marco rubio took his push to win over conservatives to the bipartisan immigration plan unveiled just yesterday. he took a show on the road to the rush limbaugh show trying to influence one of the most influential voices on the right it's not an amnesty for an earned citizenship plan and limbaugh asked what all this means for some call the president's plan to obliterate the gop. >> on your first point about them beating us up for two years it is not an agreement. that's precisely why i thought it was important that the principles out there early. they can try to sell that but i doubt people are going to buy it. >> happening within the hour, president obama will arrive in vegas where just a few minutes ago, the white house confirmed the white house will embrace the senate plan unveiled yesterday this time and despite the headline in "washington post," quote, obama to announce his immigration reform plan said to be more liberal than the senate effort. our first read team calls that reporting outdated, wr
. as i mentioned, marco rubio was on with rush limbaugh and rush posed this question to senator rubio that there are people who are now coming to this country basically because they want to live off the government. he compared them to people of emigrated to this country in the past, hard workers and now you have a group of people who essentially want to be on welfare. when you hear that notion, or that idea coming from the leading voice in the conservative party, your party, the republicans, what do you say that to? >> well, remember, an i respect anybody's point of view but he's not a member of our leadership. he's not a member of the house or the senate. he has the right, obviously, under the first amendment and we all appreciate that to say whatever he wants but we can deal with issues of making sure people who are here are not a charge on the public system. we can deal with those issues through legislative language. the question is this. do we want to solve what the american people know is absolutely broken or talk about it and do nothing about it? if we want to solve it, what i'm
inmates at this. it seems that marco rubio had a similar reaction to the so-called plan. he issued the following statement. he said i'm concerned by the president's unwillingness to accept significant enforcement triggers before current undocumented immigrants can apply to a green card. without such in place, enforcement systems will never be implemented and will be back in just a few years dealing with mill yows of new undocumented people in the country. finally the speech left the impression he believes reforming immigration quick sli more important than reforming immigration rights. if we want to talk about immigration reform, we first need to secure the border or one day god forbid, a terrorist is going cross that border and wreak havoc on american soil. we need to stop the drugs and human trafficking all taking place along that border. i've seen this all firsthand. i have covered the border extensively. i have been out with agents, in their boats, all terrain vehicles, out on horseback. i've been there when people have been arrested. i personally seen a tunnel that was dug fro
migratoria de un republicano, volvemos ♪ ♪ >> en una entrevista con el senador marco rubio explica una reforma migratoria. >> una reforma remodernizada para este 2013. >> obviamente no queremos premiar con una amnistia migración ilegal y tenemos que ayudar a gente que ya esta aquí. >> coincide con lo del presidente en donde a fines de enero mirara la feroma política. >> donde la gente pueda venir de forma segura y viable, o crear sistema electronico para controlar gente que salga y entre del país. >> va a haber investigracion, pagaran multa e impuestos que no pagaron, tendran que hablar ingles y saber como funciona el sistema, temporalmente tendran permiso de trabajo,. >> el partido republicano y democratas es nuestra culpa que no hablamos y que se haga algo durante estos meses. >> este mes tratara de tocar el tema, aunque sabe que notodos estarán de acuerdo. >> cual es la diferencia remocrata y republicana?. >> obama apoya la ciudadania, la de rubio solo la residencia, en tanto el senador no establece el tiempo de espera, pero diec que tiene que ser largo. >> la iglesia catolica
in the 2016 republican primary could be between marco rubio and jeb bush. jeb bush is marco rubio's mentor. a lot of people -- i've been in that camp that rubio wouldn't run if jeb ran and that jeb really wants to run. marco rubio is staffing up with people who he used to have mostly jeb people on his staff and cultivating rubio people. and his vote on the fiscal cliff, against -- his vote against that fiscal cliff deal shows that he is aligning himself with the tea party. and the two of them clashing, it could be a very interesting conversation between the two. >> i have nothing -- going to your point, there are two numbers that everyone can understand. the house and the senate are in session together. exactly five days in january. and 11 in february. which gives you a good read on why it's going to take so long. andrea: and when we come back, does hillary clinton still in a st andrea: welcome back. hillary clinton is out of the hospital. we're all glad for that. she has been cleared by her doctors to go back to work. she's already on the phone calling staff. big question of the week, if
. the fiscal cliff, wrote the washington post, in a nod to marco rubio voting no on the deal, while paul ryan in a surprise move to some voted yes. standing by house speaker john boehner. ryan explained his yes vote this way saying, "i came to congress to make tough decisions, not to run away from them." rubio, the rising florida senator, had a different view on the matter saying, i appreciate all the hard work that went into avoiding the so-called fiscal cliff, nevertheless, i cannot support the arrangement they have arpg arrived at." it should also be noted that kentucky senator rahn paul who said he may run for president in the tradition of his father, also voted no. then, of course, you had a visibly angry chris christie yesterday who has no qualms about taking a few swipes at his own party when it benefits him politically. at a testy press conference, christie also reverted to tradition by chewing out a reporter, which was red meat for a base of republicans who might otherwise question his more moderate positions. all of which is to say the usual behind the scenes 2016 maneuvering is bei
the talk shows, talking tough, and pledging not to give any ground. here is senator marco rubio on fox news this morning. >> the president sees this as an opportunity to move this issue to the left, to try to outbid us on immigration. i think this speaks poorly on the outcome of this entire endeavor. >> jennifer: that's interesting. he was criticizing the president before the president had even spoken today. why would he do that? well senator rubio is on a short list for possible presidential list for 2014. and he needs to shore up his own support from the right wing, and to do that he has to speak against hissing i we foes, the president, and one big hurdle for him is all the false information that is out there about the plan. so here he is in that same fox interview dispelling one of the biggest lies circulating on the right wing blogs. >> there are some who say you're adding millions to the dole. 6 million will get government assistance. if that's not accurate, why is that the case. the immigration you spelled out so far will prevent that. >> i won't support a bill that does that, i can
against senator marco rubio coming to immigration reform? republican senator david vitter calls rubio, quote, amazingly naive on the issue. we'll get the first read on mark murray. >>> you can always join the conversation on twitter. what do you think of the hearings so far for chuck hagel? constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. >>> on capitol hill today, reports a secret deal is under way to move forward on gun control legislation. "usa today" reports a bipartisan group of senators including republicans coburn and kirk along with democrats manchin and schumer, it's working on a proposal to expand background checks on gun buyers. that is a policy that was soundly rejected by nra's wayne lapierre yesterday but one that most americans support. on monday, president obama will travel to minneapolis to promote the white house's proposal on gun violence. in an interview with jose diaz balart the preside
the involvement of a marco rubio, who is sort of the face of the national tea party, his involvement in this does help. it does give some cover to conservatives who either feel like they need or want to be for it. >> and, in fact, susan, i think you were at a breakfast with marco rubio that we were both at last summer when he wanted to present an immigration plan. the romney team told him not to, and so president obama moved quickly with his dream proposals. >> so we never got that detailed plan from marco rubio to address the problem of kids who are brought here illegal. a big opportunity for marco rubio to show political skills, he is now the emissary to conservative republicans in the house and conservative news media to make the case that this is not amnesty, that this is an acceptable proposal that they could embrace, and if he manages to do that, that will be a great achievement on his part for a pretty junior senator. >> thanks very much. susan page, chris, thanks both. joining me now for more on the immigration debate, minnesota senator amy, member of the joint economic committee. this is
, we will do a tremendous service to our country. >> marco rubio leading the way on immigration reform. good morning, i'm bill karins. this is "way too early." four of us are in the room. we warned a d.c. gang of eight, stay off our turf. thanks for joining us. we have a lot to talk about including a parting gift for hillary clinton as they helped the outgoing secretary of state tie up loose ends. those details straight ahead plus -- >> i'm not trying to take off a credit card. i think that it's clear that going up against me prepared them to take on kevin durant. the president welcomes the 2012 miami heat and share a lighter moment with lebron. that's in sports. first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. in new york city. president obama is going to unveil his immigration reform in a major speech in nevada, a state where hispanics make up 20% of the population. it's after a group of bipartisan senators reached a compromise on how to move forward with comprehensive immigration legislation. included in the bill, citizenship for 11 million undocumented workers in this country. >> oth
has proposed a pathway to citizenship. senator rubio did his best to sell it to right laush limbaugh idea. >> we have border security, we need workplace enforce m, we need a visa tracking system. all three of those have to happen. these are just principles. i agree this is going to be a challenge. in fact, this bill does not have real triggers. there's not language that guarantees that nothing else will happen unless these enforcement mechanisms are in place, i wouldn't support it. >> mike allen, good morning to you. on monday we heard from the gang of eight. yesterday, the president. any chance we hear from boehner and house republicans today? >> they are being quiet. the house republicans will be a real challenge for this bill. over the weekend, we have seen it unfold here on "morning joe." we have seen a tech tonic change on where the movement is on this issue. just monday rush limbaugh said it was up to him and fox news to kill this it bill. but yesterday in that clip that we just heard from senator rubio, rush limbaugh who rarely changes his mind softens his position. he did say
on immigration all eyes focus on senator marco rubio. the rising republican star who will end up as either the man who carries conservatives to a deal or the one who walks wa from one as they cheer him on. is egypt unraveling? less than six months into the job, the country's new president is facing growing chaos in the streets in cairo and other cities. we'll take you there live in just minutes for the latest. is the military ready to step in? and less than one hour from now a senate hearing on guns. we'll hear from wayne lapierre air and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. this is "the daily rundown." also developing this morning, news that the economy unexpectedly contracted in the last quarter of 2012. most of it is a result of weaker expo exports, decreased military spending and other factors. we'll be keeping an eye on the markets this morning to see how they react to this. there was an expectation that there would be some slowdown in the economy, but an actual contraction did catch a bunch of analysts off guard. let's get right to my first reads of the morning. speaking of the e
trillion assumes illegal immigrants avail themselves of welfare. senator rubio says absolutely not. the bipartisan senators say absolutely not. let me give you the reaction to president obama's speech today, and then i want to turn to you. first, i want to take up senator rubio's comments. he said, "i am concerned by the president's unwillingness to accept significant enforcement triggers before current undocumented immigrants apply for a green card. without the triggers in place, enforcement systems are not implemented and back in a few years dealing with millions of new undocumented people in our country. furthermore, the president ignored the need for a modernized guest worker program to ensure those who want to immigrate legally to make the economy do so in the future, and, finally, the president's speech believes reforming immigration quickly is more important than reforming immigration rights." your response? >> i agree with what senator rubio said. i disagree with chris. the federal law is clear. if you're not an individual who has been here on a permanent green card for mor
to have tough exit requirements. >> bill: go ahead. >> i think the fact that rubio and lake and mccain are at the top of this and pushing it forward, in fact, the president is with a set detailed set of principles is a sign you can get parts of the right on board. do you have to worry about part of the left deflecting. but, but there is reason -- there is reason for concern... and there is very reasonable reason. >> bill: you continue on your own. we'll watch the commercial. and then, there is plenty more ahead as the factor move as head. carl rove will weigh in on the immigration deal and interview last night. then, adam corolla on shaming overweight people and his experience on "dancing with the stars". there he swoah! hope you stay tuned for those reports. >> bill: what? conservative teddy turner sne joins us now from charleston. are you kidding me? how did you get to be a conservative? >> well, my dad asks me that all the time. i tell you four years in military college two, years in soviet union. if that doesn't make you a conservative, and watching fox doesn't the hurt either. >>
of house republicans curtailing a deal? probably not because if marco rubio is someone when's very well liked by a bunch of conservative house republicans, if they get something through the senate with rubio's name attached to it, it's difficult not to move forward and you have seen things over the last year, give you an example, the fiscal cliff deal, the way that passed out of the u.s. senate with overwhelming bipartisan support, went to the house and house republicans angry about it and wanted to stop it. guess what. they folded at the end. but i'm going back to something i mentioned yesterday. i think the whole game for this is two things. one, the president's speech right there sort of saying, look, i'll let congress work the will which is significant because members in both chambers want that to happen. and then this idea of enforcement. they did an amazing thing on rush limbaugh. he made rush limbaugh come over to accept possible immigration reform. that is no easy task but what is -- how did he do that? making the case for enforcement. so what exactly is that enforcement mechani
much, senator hatch, it's it is good to be here with our strong cosponsors, senator rubio and senator coons. i want to thank you for your incredible leadership. we have worked as a team. i think this is really about a team effort. we have to be a country that exports to the world and to do that, we need the world's help. that is what this bill is about. as everyone can see, it is something that these parties can agree on we must work in a bipartisan manner. i support these principles outlined yesterday for reform and i look forward to working with my colleagues on the judiciary committee to make this done. the i-squared bill is about giving innovators in our first work in this company and discourage companies from contracting out with people in other countries. well, guess what, that person hires assistants to work with them and in one case they hired french people instead of hiring american people. in fact, a recent study headed up by mayor bloomberg of new york that creates 1.8 american jobs. those are jobs in hawaii, those are jobs in minnesota. take a look at the fortune 500 compa
, schumer, menendez, bennett and republicans mccain, graham, rubio and flake. florida doesn't border on another country but you get my drift. it's an impressive list of names but griagreeing on some details won't be easy. don't call it a gang, by the way. the senators released a four page what i would call a memo of understanding that lays out the principles they say must be part of any deal and these are the principles they all eight agree to. a pathway to citizenship is contingent on first securing the border. by immediately adding new surveillance technology, think drones, more border patrol agents. the proposal would also require a new tracking system to reduce visa overstays. a commission made up of governors in the border states, law enforcement officials and community leaders would assess when enforcement measures had been completed and then the path to citizenship for those undocumented workers. still vague exactly how this commission will decide whether border security benchmarks have been met. were there specific metrics are is it a subjective deal? and when does the clock
, senator marco rubio and senator chris coons, without whom this bill wouldn't have materialized. all four of us have worked very closely together and each one deserves total credit for this bill. together we have drafted one of the first bipartisan immigration bills this congress, one that is designed to address the shortage of high-skilled labor that we face in this country. this shortage has reached a crisis level. for too long, our country has been unable to meet the ever-increasing demand for workers trained in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics or stem fields. as a result, some of our nation's top technology markets like silicon valley, seattle, boston, new york and salt lake city are in desperate need for qualified stem workers. it is critical that we not only recognize this shortage of high-skilled workers but also understand why it exists. increasingly, enrollment in u.s. universities in the stem fields comes from foreign students and despite our urgent need for workers in these fields, we continue to send these foreign students potential high-skilled workers tra
. and the thing is that i hear this mark rubio -- marco rubio rubio -- i'm mexican he's cuban. my heritage -- that border was changed on us. california was old mexico at one time. montana. but the thing is i'm an american mexican. i'mrdic late and well--- i'm articulate and well-educated. my entire family has fought in every war. all of the things that we've done in this country, you know, will be -- being mexican i'm apache indian. that runs through my family. >> stephanie: did you hear what the president said yesterday unless you're native-american, you know, you came here from somewhere else. >> the thing is what is a mexican? a mix between indian and the thing is after the spanish left, we kept marrying back into the indian culture. that's why i'm saying that geronimo and people like this -- >> stephanie: i think it would be helpful if we can start the conversation without using words like illegals to refer -- >> caller: we're not illegal. >> stephanie: or amnesty. >> caller: the thing is that i'm an american mexican. they depict me as a man speaking with a broken accent, being uneduca
? we will answer all those questions and senator marco rubio will weigh in. >> i have never doped. >> that's crazy. i would never do that. that's. no. >> the fallout continues over lance armstrong admitting is he a liar and a doper. he has huge legal problems now. and he also has a problem with dennis miller that could be his worst nightmare. >> every time he opens his mouth, i shake my head so rapidly you can blend paint colors in my mouth. >> i agree with you. i am on your side for this [inaudible] not invitation somebody with a gun. >> bill: an it at this gun zealots ambushed and asked a simple question. would they put a gun free home sign in front of their house. >> well yeah the only problem is you can't put it up. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor continues right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. guns and the federal government that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. because i am a simple man, i'm going to frame a very complex issue in the clearest way possible. we'll take it step-by-step. fi
. chuck schumer, john mccain, dick durbin, marco rubio and bob menendez will discuss the plan. we'll bring it to you live. our first read team notes this is the first time senator mccain signed on to a priority of president obama. he takes the vision on the road to las vegas. but within the last hour, white house press secretary jay carney confirmed the president would not unveil specific legislation. the plan unveiled today would be the first major immigration overhaul proposal in six years but one border state democrat congressman castro of texas say that is the devil is in the details. >> we've got to make sure that those measurements, when we have determined that we have secured the border, that those measurements are objective. otherwise you will have fights down the road where folks are saying, well, wait a minute. let's not move on to the second phase of the bill because we have not first completed the first phase. >> besides border security, there's guest workers and employer verification and a path to citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants in this country. let's bring i
a big talker this morning. that's what florida senator marco rubio is discussing. >> telling bill o'reilly what problems he sees with the president's plan and why he doesn't think the plan won't work. >> it doesn't work pore nanfor y of the reasons you pointed out in the talking points memo. washington, d.c. had a similar gun ban. violent crime and murder sky rocketed in washington during the time of the bans. i am a concealed weapons permit in florida. i had to have a background check and be finger printed. >> you don't object to registering the gun, you don't object to background check on you. >> sure. that's the law in florida. we have something called 2010 life. if a crime is committed in position of a gun it's mandatory 10 years. if you use that gun you are away for life even the first time you commit that. what's happened is these criminals that use guns are in jail. >> rubio telling o'reilly he thinks the president's proposal was a greater indication of his opinion toward the second amendment. >> again, do you think the president is dom goggi demagogu the issue, states rights
of eight is senator marco rubio of florida. he's a key voice in getting conservatives to sign off on an amnesty plan. >> we have to be sure not to encourage people to come here illegally in the future. by the same token, we are dealing with 11 million human beings who are here undocumented. the majority of whom who recognize it as the american dream. let me say on both sides of this issue, there are legitimate points to be raised. there are people concerned about how much this is going to cost the american economy. we have to be frank of dealing with that. we owe $16 trillion. >> there's a small majority of americans, 51% support a plan that allows undocumented workers to stay and apply for citizenship. they hope to vote in march. jim is joining us. good morning. >> how are you? >> the senate is all in on this one. this is a big comprehensive plan. >> it is. i think it is significant. chuck schumer was saying you have mccain and rubio up there with chuck schumer shows there's bipartisan appeal. it could fall apart. house republicans gave the cool response. there was barely a repub
's statement. senate marco rubio, votes against it, which seems like the right vote if you want to run for president next time. can you imagine how rubio and ryan, ryan voted for it, rubio in the lead. >> after rubio took that vote, i was really surprised when paul ryan took that vote. i was stunned by that vote. and i think it was, rubio was thinking he needs to shore up the right flank, paul ryan must be calculating that he has the crud down, maybe he needs to play more for the donor base, in new york, the folks who didn't want to go over the cliff. he is looking like i have the conservatives down, i need to be a reasonable guy. >> the ryan thing was easy to explain. number one, he actually watches the show. he knows that losing vice president candidates knows that they never become president. he may as well go along with the leadership, he is never going to be president, that is obvious. >> and he is going to vote against immigration reform, and rubio -- he is thinking ahead, he is thinking about next week's show. >> he is thinking about the way to play this. let's look at what "the
so. >> get 12 million more. go ahead. >> i think the fact that rubio and jeff flake and some and mccain are at the top of this and sort of pushing it forward, in fact, before the president is, with a fairly detailed set of principles is a sign that perhaps you can get parts of the right on board. you do have to worry about parts of the left defecting including labor unions who voted against in 2007. but, let me say there is. >> bill: i have got to go here. [talking at the same time] >> there is reason for concern. >> bill: you guys can continue on your own. all right. we will watch the commercial and then there is is plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. karl rove will weigh in on the deal and the "60 minutes" interview tonight. adam carolla on shaming overweight people and carolla's experience on "dancing with the stars." there he is whoa. i hope you stay tuned for those reports. >> bill: liberal man, forced behind the global warming movement. well, mr. turner has a son. 49-year-old teddy turner who is running for congress in south carolina. >> a graduate
coburn and chuck schumer on the left. the same one who joined general and marco rubio on immigration. watch your back there. to kickoff the coverage, we bring in nbc's kelly o'donnell with developments on guns. we heard a portion of gabby giffords's statement at the top of the show. i want to play the rest right now. >> violence is a big problem. too many children are dying. too many children. we must do something. it will be hard, but the time is now. you must act. be bold, be courageous. americans are counting on you. thank you. >> kelly, obviously that was a gripping way to start the hearing. where do we go from there? >> it is rare you have something so emotionally and politically charged and have a witness like gabby gifford that is the panel can relate to so personally. that made today more compelling. key issues, democrats and many of them are supporting the idea of universal background checks to expand how they would know the background mental history and that sort of thing. also what to do about ammunition and should there be restrictions related to the number of bullets and
. senator marco rubio has been front and center on rush limbaugh's radio program making the case for immigration reform. while limbaugh praised him, he's also met his share of critics. see what david vitter told laura ingrham today. >> i love marco but i think he's amazingly naive on this issue. this is the same old formula we've dealt with before including when it passed in 1986. that is promises of enforcement and immediate amnesty. and of course the promises of enforcement never materialize, the amnesty happens immediately. >> rick perry and newt gingrich both got stung when in the primary process they stepped out of the gop rank and file on this issue. could it happen to marco rubio? >> it could. but this is how he will define himself as a national figure. there's no doubt that marco rubio is running for president in 2016. he's going to think that he's going to try and bring the republican party along with him if he can. did he get out there maybe a little too visibly and a little too enthusiastically on day one with the gang of eight? perhaps. but i think he's thinking he's
thank you for joining us. >>> immigration reform, senator rubio is trying to keep it a secret that he and obama are on the same page. we'll be right back. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> jennifer: you might be thinking mccain versus hagel or graham versus hagel is the only republican on republican in washington, well it's not. this is what david vitter said to laura ingraham about senator rubio's position. >> i think he's naive on this issue. this is the same old formula we dwelt with before when it was it passed in 1996. >> jennifer: naive an interesting word choice. vitter is concerned undocumented immigrants is going to gain citizenship before the border is secured. senator rubio did criticize the role that border security plays in obama's plan. >> security must happen. these promises have been made in the past about border security and they've never been kept. if we can't find
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